• 14 Hoboken Restaurants With Delicious Fall Menus This Season

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    For anyone who’s upset that the cool temps have finally hit New Jersey, just remember everything that comes along with them… and no we’re not talking about Pumpkin Spice lattes and cozy sweaters. Fall-inspired food – one of northern New Jersey’s best qualities — which many Hoboken restaurants always work hard to present. To help navigate, we’ve pulled together all the restaurants in Hoboken with fall-inspired menus that we’re loving – bon appetit!

    Sorellina Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar {1036 Washington Street, Hoboken}

    Constantly updating their menus to feature seasonal ingredients and meals, Sorellina’s fall menu includes a full list of food and drinks that’ll keep you wishing the season lasted all year long. A few highlights from the menu include their Roasted Spaghetti Squash Bruschetta {with a pine nut aioli and candied pumpkin seeds}. Some of their seasonally-inspired dishes include Kale Ravioli {with artichokes, figs and provolone, Braised Lamb Fettuccine with mushrooms and figs}, and their Ricotta Gnudi {with pumpkin, chestnuts and white sage}.

    Bin 14 Trattoria Wine Bar {1314 Washington Street, Hoboken}

    Known for their upscale Italian tapas, Bin 14 has curated a menu tailored to the best ingredients of this time of year. From their Baby Kale Salad {with butternut squash, dried cherries, parmesan with lemon maple vinaigrette} to their Pumpkin Tortellini {with brown butter, sage, toasted pumpkin seeds}, to everything in between, their menu features a little something for everyone.

    Tony Boloney’s {263 1st Street, Hoboken}

    Known as the founding fathers of the famous Taco Pizza, these guys continue to introduce Hoboken {and beyond} to out-of-the-box {literally} flavors year-round. This fall, they’re offering the Ungrateful Puritan, which includes a sesame roll filled with sweet potato mash, roasted turkey, blood orange cranberry sauce, Havarti cheese and cider gravy… YUM. If you’re in the mood to fuel your pumpkin craving, their Pumpkin Salad {with crispy onions, toasted pumpkin seeds, goat cheese and balsamic honey reduction} and Pumpkin Pizza {with truffle roasted pumpkin butter, Havarti and toasted pumpkin seeds} will definitely do the trick!

    Northern Soul {700 1st Street, Hoboken}

    Serving “healthy comfort food” to Hoboken residents, Northern Soul has updated their menu to offer a few favorites. For starters, their Black Bean Quinoa Chili and Butternut Squash Lentil Soup with goat cheese are perfect for keeping warm — and satisfied. For dinner, their Bacon Apple Grilled Cheese with fig jam, grilled apple and sharp cheddar on raisin walnut bread will give you literally all the fall feels. Mouth is watering as this is typed.

    ^Via @northernsoulhoboken

    Anthony David’s {953 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken}

    Featuring Italian classics mixed with new creations, they are always incorporating seasonal, local ingredients into their meals. Staying true to that, they’re serving an Autumn Salad with butternut squash, Brussel sprouts, dried cherries, aged goat cheese, arugula, pumpkin seeds and a lemon maple vinaigrette. Make sure to check out their Pumpkin Tortellini and Berkshire Pork Saltimbocca with Taleggio, sage prosciutto and bliss potatoes… promise.

    Blue Eyes {525 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken}

    If you haven’t eaten at Blue Eyes, you’ve definitely walked by it a million times or seen a ton of Instagram pics of their amazing skyline view. Just in time for the holidays, Blue Eyes is switching up their menu to include their take on Italian classics. A few highlights from the new menu include Polenta con Funghi, soft polenta sautéed with Porcini mushrooms or Polenta al Gorgonzola, soft polenta with Gorgonzola cheese. A new addition to their entrees selection is the Taliata di Manzo, which is sliced beef sirloin steak served with mash potatoes and broccoli rabe in a Barolo red wine reduction with porcini mushrooms. Yasss plz.

    Pilsener Haus {1422 Grand Street, Hoboken}

    Recognized for being Hoboken’s only beer garden, Pilsener Haus has some delicious fall-inspired additions to their menu. Start off with their Mixed Beans Soup and good luck choosing between the entrée selections of a 16 oz. Berkshire Pork T-Bone Chop with cider glaze, braised red cabbage and buttery roasted potatoes, the Kaseschnitte which is their oven baked fontina, gruyere, raclette cheese, tomato and Berkshire ham on sourdough bread topped with a fried egg, and their 12 oz. Broiled Swordfish Steak with herb butter, arugula and French fries. But don’t stop there, save room for Crème Brulee for dessert.

    The Ainsworth {310 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken}

    The Ainsworth just came out with their new menu, and there are quite a few additions worth braving the brisk air! Known for their Mac & Cheese Burger, they are now serving Mac & Cheese fries {yes… you read that right}. In addition to the fries, their Butternut Squash Salad has baby kale, fennel, honey, pomegranate seeds, manchego cheese and a rosemary vinaigrette as well as a Short Rib Sandwich made up of braised short ribs, pickled onions, granny apple smith slaw on a brioche bun.

    The Brass Rail {135 Washington Street, Hoboken}

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    Whether you’re going for brunch or dinner, The Brass Rail never disappoints. Some additions to their menu include the Warm Chili Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with a poached egg, feta, red onions, roasted poblano peppers and lime extra virgin olive oil dressing, Crispy Falafel Bites and Greek Avocado Toast {say no more!}. For dinner, be sure to check out their Fall Risotto with caramelized apples, butternut squash, dried cranberries, sage, toasted pumpkin seeds and cinnamon butter as you will not be disappointed.

    Zack’s Oak Bar and Restaurant {232 Willow Avenue, Hoboken}

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    A Hoboken favorite, Zack’s is offering some autumn-inspired classics. To name a few: their Butternut Squash salad with kale, goat cheese, walnuts, cranberries and a cranberry vinaigrette and their Roasted Pork Chop with caramelized fuji apples and onions, sweet potato puree and roasted Brussel sprouts.

    Antique Bar & Bakery {122 Willow Avenue, Hoboken}

    A little more off the beaten path in Hoboken, Antique Bar & Bakery offers seasonal menu items that are guaranteed to please! Start off with their Spaghetti Squash Carbonara with a crispy poached egg and before diving {face first} into their open-faced bourbon braised turkey leg with brown butter Mornay sauce, cranberry-chili relish on Antique stuffing sticks… yes, yes, YES.

    Halifax {225 River Street, Hoboken}

    Located right in the W Hotel, Halifax features North-Eastern farm and coastal cuisine while incorporating local and sustainable ingredients. A few of their key dishes currently include the Duck Flatbread with duck confit, butternut squash, ricotta and arugula, the Barnegat Sea Scallops with NJ cauliflower, shallots and mixed nut romesco, and their Fall Grains which include NJ squashes, kale and Fulpers aged gouda.

    Union Hall {306 Sinatra Drive, Hoboken}

    One of Hoboken’s newest waterfront staples, Union Hall has already made their mark on the mile square. Keeping pace with seasonal favorites, they’re offering a Winter Salad with arugula, radicchio, endive, apple, toasted pecans with a goat cheese vinaigrette. They’ve also introduced a Dry Aged Porterhouse, Herb Roasted Half Green Mountain Farms Chicken and a While Grilled Branzino to their menu {just in time for “bulking season”}.

     

    Just a few of our favorites for a cozy fall meal. Where have you dined this season so far? Make sure to follow @HobokenGirlBlog on IG and tag us {#HobokenGirl}.


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    Daria moved to Hoboken with two of her best friends and considers it to be the best decision she’s ever made. As a total foodie, Daria has made it her mission to try every restaurant in Hoboken, and beyond. Having a Dad as a chef, (imagine three-course meals every night) she says that her love for food is basically in her DNA. At this point, anyone who knows her already understands that they automatically have to offer her a bite (or two) of whatever they’re eating. When she’s not eating or researching the menus of new restaurants, you can find her either running along the waterfront, taking a stroll along Washington St. or working in the city as a publicist.